This innovative, flexible and wholly online course will extend graduates capability in the evolving global sports medicine field.
The Masters in Sports Rehabilitation is a unique offering from the University of Melbourne, designed specifically for exercise physiologists who wish to further develop and extend their practice excellence. It draws together a suite of selected subjects from the fully online Master of Rehabilitation and Master of Sports Medicine to create an innovative program designed to build on expertise in both the rehabilitation and sports performance contexts.
The Master of Sports Rehabilitation has been specifically designed for motivated exercise scientists who are seeking to extend their capability in sport and exercise rehabilitation while assisting athletes of all ages and abilities to optimise healthy exercise participation and drive best performance.
The course is also open to doctors, physiotherapists and podiatrists with a minimum of three years’ relevant sports performance and injury management experience.
If you are passionate about sport, health and exercise and want to enhance and drive best performance from teams and individuals, and assist injured athletes to optimise healthy participation and best performance, then this course is for you.
This flexible, 100% online course is taught by industry leaders via an interactive and engaging online learning platform.
As a graduate of the online sports rehabilitation program you will be awarded the same qualification and graduation certificate as you would if you were an on-campus student. If you successfully complete your masters degree, you will be invited to attend a graduation ceremony in Melbourne.
Online course options
Next term starts: 28 January 2019
Application close: 14 January 2019
|Course name||Full-time duration||Part-time duration||Core subjects||Elective subjects||Capstone subjects*||Total course fee **|
|Master of Sports Rehabilitation||1.5 years||3 years||6||4||1|
*Capstone subjects involve either a Rehabilitation Professional Project or a Rehabilitation Research Project. Please review the course page for more information on this component.
**The University reviews fees annually. The indicative total course fee is based on typical subject enrolments, and includes an indexation of 5 per cent per annum.
Term 3, 2018
- Starts 16 July 2018
- Applications now open
- Applications close 25 June.
Discuss your path
Talk with a dedicated online student support consultant via the chat function at the bottom right of this page, via phone or by filling out the enquiry form to understand more about this program, including:
- Entry requirements
- Time commitment for subjects
- Fees and payment options.